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Energy Australia confirms new gas plant in Illawarra after Morrison government threatened to intervene – The Guardian

Confirmation comes as questions raised over controversial Snowy Hydro project in Hunter Valley

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Energy Australia has confirmed it will proceed with a new 300MW peaking power plant in the Illawarra in New South Wales capable of using a blend of green hydrogen and natural gas, as officials faced questions about a controversial Snowy Hydro project in the Hunter Valley.
Confirmation that the Energy Australia project will proceed follows a threat from the Morrison government to intervene in the market to ensure there are not shortfalls once the ageing coal-fired power plant at Liddell in the Hunter…

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